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  • Audio CD (July 23, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000069JJF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,700 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Overprotected (Darkchild Remix) - Britney Spears
2. Can't Get You Out Of My Head - Kylie Minogue
3. Escape - Enrique Iglesias
4. I've Got You (Ric Wake Version) - Marc Anthony
5. Girlfriend (Neptunes Remix feat. Nelly) - *Nsync
6. I'm Gonna Be Alright (Track Masters Remix feat. Nas) - Jennifer Lopez
7. Don't Say Goodbye - Paulina Rubio
8. Move It Like This - Baha Men
9. More Than A Woman - Aaliyah
10. Uh Huh - B2k
11. Always on Time - Ja Rule w/ Ashanti
12. Sugarhigh - Jade Anderson
13. halfcrazy - Musiq
14. Underneath Your Clothes - Shakira
15. A Thousand Miles - Vanessa Carlton
16. A New Day Has Come - Celine Dion
17. We Are All Made Of Stars - Moby
18. First Date - Blink 182
19. Stillness Of Heart - Lenny Kravitz
20. How You Remind Me - Nickelback

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Good song, catchy beat, I like it.
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MOVE IT LIKE THIS-Not as annoying as "Who Let The Dogs Out".
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More Than A Woman - 5 - Great song.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By "critic_2000" on July 23, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I'm really enjoying "Now That's What I Call Music! Volume 10". I just bought it today and I can't stop listening to it. Though it has the misunfortunate of no classic Backstreet Boys song on it, there are still a lot of excellent tracks that were added on instead...I just hope the BSB comes out with a new single by the time the next "Now" CD is made! Of course, most of these songs were overplayed on the radio, but that's what makes these songs popular and why they are put on the CD in the first place. Here's the track listings:
(1) "Overprotected" ('Dark Child Remix')--Britney Spears. The remix version you hear in the video. This is probably one of Britney's best songs ever, and this is a cool remix. Grade: A
(2) "Can't Get You Out Of My Head"--Kylie Minogue. I just love this song! I actually like her new single, "Love At First Sight" even more, but this one is still great! Grade: A+
(3) "Escape"--Enrique Iglesias. They haven't had Enrique on this series since volume 3 with "Bailamos". I think "Escape" is a great song...and I love his new single, "Don't Turn Off The Lights". Grade: A-
(4) "I've Got You" ('Ric Wake Version')--Marc Anthony. Another Latin/pop artist with a very Latin-style song. I think it's great and I love the lyrics. Grade: B+
(5) "Girlfriend" ('Neptunes Remix feat. Nelly')--N Sync. And how many times have I heard this song? Like, about a million! I used to think this was N Sync's best song til the radio stations started overplaying it...then it got tiring and boring, fast. Grade: D-
(6) "I'm Gonna Be Alright" ('Track Masters Remix feat. Nas')--Jennifer Lopez. Finally! They get the remix on here instead of the original...
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By "chick_flick" on November 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
With each and every compilation volume, the 'Now! That's What I Call Music' series is, indeed, getting better. Though 'Now 10' doesn't include #1 hits, it DOES include great music from the pop, hip-hop, and rock genres. Here are the track listings:
1.) "Overprotected" [the DarkChild Remix] Britney Spears...5/5 stars (Pop)
2.) "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" Kylie Minogue...5/5 stars (Pop)
3.) "Escape" Enrique Iglesias...5/5 stars (Latin/Pop)
4.) "I've Got You" Marc Anthony...5/5 stars (Latin/pop)
5.) "Girlfriend" [the Neptunes Remix] N Sync FEATURING Nelly...4/5 stars (Hip-hop, er...kind of!)
6.) "I'm Gonna Be Alright" [Track Masters Remix] Jennifer Lopez FEATURING Nas...4/5 stars (Hip-hop)
7.) "Don't Say Goodbye" Paulina Rubio...5/5 stars (Latin/pop)
8.) "Move It Like This" Baha Men...4/5 stars (Pop)
9.) "More Than A Woman" Aaliyah...5/5 stars (R&B)
10.) "Uh Huh" B2K...4/5 stars (Hip-hop)
11.) "Always On Time" Ja Rule FEATURING Ashanti...4/5 stars (Rap)
12.) "Sugarhigh" Jade Anderson...1/5 stars (R&B)
13.) "Halfcrazy" Musiq...1/5 stars (R&B)
14.) "Underneath Your Clothes" Shakira...5/5 stars (Latin/pop)
15.) "A Thousand Miles" Vanessa Carlton...4/5 stars (Pop)
16.) "A New Day Has Come" Celine Dion...5/5 stars (Pop)
17.) "We Are All Made Of Stars" Moby...2/5 stars (Techno)
18.) "First Date" Blink-182...3/5 stars (Punk Rock)
19.) "Stillness Of Heart" Lenny Kravitz...1/5 stars (Rock)
20.) "How You Remind Me" Nickelback...
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jason Paisley on October 16, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The purpose of the NOW! series is to present various highly rated songs from various genres not to make an album of top 40 hits. Most of these songs were not picked because of the songs but because of who performs them. Shakira at the time of this cd's release was considered the next big thing in female pop vocalists and she is. Moby (the most talented man in music today the guy plays ALL the instruments on his cds,mixes and sings) was selected because he took electronica out of the underground clubs and got it to the Grammys and MTV. I'd like to see NOW! branch out into say a double cd set and feature artists from more genres such as country, blues, new age. Sort of a potpourri of the best of all styles. But this is still a good cd to have for parties and other gatherings i DJ for a living and my club gets each one of these as they come out.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By MasterMusicReviewer on January 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
By the summer of 2002, the volumes of Now That's What I Call Music arrived fast and furiously, separated by just a couple of months. They move so fast that they don't necessarily have enough genuine hits to fill out all 20 tracks on the compilation, so the compilers balance the big songs ("Can't Get You Out of My Head," "Girlfriend," "A Thousand Miles," "How You Remind Me") with hits that almost made it ("We Are All Made of Stars," "Overprotected," "Halfcrazy," "I've Got You"), could make it in a couple months after the compilation is released ("First Date," "Don't' Say Goodbye"), or clearly won't make it ("Stillness of Heart," "A New Day Has Come"). Such is the case with NOW 10, which almost has too many songs that didn't quite catch with the public to recommend it as strongly as earlier volumes in the series, when it was nothing but hits all the time. But, there are some very good singles here, enough to keep it interesting and entertaining and, above all, NOW 10 is recommended because it capture the particular sound and spirit of the time it covers. In this case, the summer of 2002 did have a few really good singles on the airwaves, but the music industry was in a bit of a slump, both in terms of sales and quality. This captures that feeling quite well, actually, since it has some clear also-rans along with the hits -- and, unlike radio in 2002, there are enough hits and good songs during this hour to make it worth listening to, overall.

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